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Geiger Succeeds Zuehlke As President Of Bay Shipbuilding Corp.

John D. West, president of The Manitowoc Company, Inc., and chief executive officer of Bay Shipbuilding Corp., has announced that George K. Geiger has succeeded Arthur J. Zuehlke as president of Bay Shipbuilding Corp. Bay Shipbuilding Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Manitowoc Company,

 

ASNE DAY 91 'Naval Engineering In The Changing Defense Structure'

The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) will celebrate 103 years as an individual member professional society this year with a technical program and exhibit show that emphasizes the role of the naval engineering community in the rapidly advancing

Industry Icon Lester Rosenblatt Leaves an Indelible Mark

On June 15, 2003. Lester Rosenblatt passed away at the age of 83. MR/EN remembers this industry icon, who through his ambition and wealth of industry knowledge founded what would become one of the world's most successful naval architecture and marine engineering firms.

Burness C o r l e t t / S e a w o r t hy O f f e r Unique R O / R O / T a n k e r Design

The British naval architecture firm of Burness Corlett through their Sydney, Australia, office have joined with Seaworthy Systems of Essex, Conn., to produce an engineering package for shipyards wishing to bid on the U.S. Army Logistic Support Vessel Program.

Johnson Named President, Ship Engineering & Design For Advanced Marine

Dr. Robert Johnson has been appointed president of ship engineering and design for Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc. (AME) of Crystal City, Va. The announcement was made by Simon Glatz, CEO of AME, who said that Dr. Johnson is assuming the leadership of

Todd Chairman To Retire In July; Board Nominates New Chairman And President

At a board of directors meeting of Todd Shipyards Corporation recently John T. Gilbride, 69, announced he will retire as chairman and chief executive officer immediately following the annual meeting on July 16, 1986. Mr. Gilbride, who has been chairman since 1975,

MarAd Awards $4,250,848 In Contracts To Improve Productivity of U.S. Yards

The Maritime Administration has awarded $4,250,848 in contracts for 10 projects designed to improve the productivity of U.S. shipyards and to reduce the cost of building ships in the United States. All projects are part of the National Shipbuilding Research Program.

McAlear Named CEO Of Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard

Kvaerner, the Anglo-Norwegian engineering and construction Group, has elected Ronald J. McAlear, as CEO of its Philadelphia Shipyard. He replaces Baard Bale, who has been acting CEO of the yard since June, and will be returning to Kvaerner's international headquarters in London in December.

Three Papers Presented At SNAME California Sections Annual Joint Meeting

Over 200 members and guests attended the recent annual California Sections joint meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at the Highlands Inn, Carmel, Calif. The initial paper was presented by Douglas C. MacMillan, Fellow,

Sibu: Ferries for Asia

The town of Sibu developed its vibrant fast ferry building tradition in the decades after World War II. But it is only more recently that the vessels' fame and their designs have grown to the point that the little town on Sarawak's Rejan River

 
 
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